I was able to return to Quezon City’s up and coming food destination, Centris Walk, some weeks ago, so I’ll post a little update from my last year’s visit.
The food hub finally has its very own coffee house, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. Caffeine lovers can now sip their favorite brew under the giant mushrooms. For seafood aficionados, Claw Daddy’s doors are now welcoming guests to taste their offerings.
The much-awaited Lazer Maxx Arena had also opened, with bump cars and a mini water zorb on the sides for the kids. I also noticed a mini-train making rounds along the complex.
Here are the rates for Lazer Maxx:
Walk on Water (3 minutes) - Php50.00
Bumper Cars (3 minutes) - Php50.00
Lazer Maxx (15 minutes) - Php170.00 weekdays, Php190.00 weekends
(Reservations Accepted: 0917-5590506)
A weekend market, one of the largest I’ve seen, had also been launched at the back part of the park; unfortunately I was unable to check out the wares being sold as the stalls were already closing when we got there.
There were still a lot of vacant concessionaires left at Centris though and Fully Booked is still nowhere to be seen. I also saw a new building being built, so we should be expecting more from this place in the coming months.
With the lighted giant mushroom canopies hovering above the park making you feel like you’re in the middle of a The Jetson’s set, the place was still as magical at night as when I last visited it.
Address: Eton Complex
EDSA corner Quezon Avenue
Quezon City, Metro Manila